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Looking for a Guide

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Every time I read this forum I read get a guide for the first day.

We have been coming to Rainy lake for 10 years and know the lake reasonably well. However, we often have trouble finding the fish.

This year is different we want to hire a guide not only to show us where the fish are....but to also school us on what to look for in a fishing spot and what techniques to use to catch them.

We have scheduled our trip from may 24th to may 31st.

We would like to go to fishing school on the 25th.

Any suggestions on who our "teacher" (Guide)could be.

Little Robbie

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There are plenty of great guides in the area, but to shorten your search I reccommend the boys at Woody's. Woody's Fairly Reliable is a sponsor of this forum, so you can find out tons of information from the link.

Simply put you won't find a better group of guys, or anyone more knowledgeable for that matter.

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